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By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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Spotlight on Little Italy! Little Italy is a neighborhood with a deep history and recognizable name – though what you might think of this little corner of Manhattan is probably based on the movies and not reality! Once spread over more area, Little Italy now centers around Mulberry Street. Border...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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Spotlight on Chinatown!Chinatown – the Manhattan neighborhood, bordering the Lower East Side, Little Italy and Tribeca – might be mislabeled as just a tourist destination.  It’s a popular commercial area of the finest Chinese shopping, dining and culture, but also a residential neighborhood. Chin...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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Spotlight on the Financial District! The Financial District was once an enclave of just businesses – day traders and financial whizzes came to work and left behind empty streets. But no more! The Financial District has become an exciting, vibrant neighborhood in an amazing location!  It runs from...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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Spotlight on Civic Center!The Civic Center neighborhood is another unique section of Manhattan, once a business-only area now exploding with incredible living options for home buyers. Although government-related activities are predominant, as it’s the location of New York City Hall, police headqu...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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Spotlight on Nolita! Nolita (North of Little Italy) is a neighborhood, bounded byHouston Street and Lafayette Street, east of SoHo and north of Little Italy.Historically, Nolita was part of Little Italy and is even the home of the famousFeast of San Gennaro Festival but has evolved with a persona...
By Morgan Evans, LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON
(Douglas Elliman Real Estate)
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THREE LINCOLN CENTER CONDO MARKET REPORT JULY 2015Based on this sales report of 3 Lincoln Center, we see a lot of positive signs of a healthyReal Estate market. The average days on market has decreased, a sign that buyer demand is still alive and well. Negotiability from the List Price to the fin...
By Laura Cerrano, Authentic Feng Shui Expert,Lecturer,Author,Artist
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
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The Emotions Of Artwork Within Your Home Could Impact Your EnergyFeng Shui teaches us that all is energy and every action (vibration) will set in motion another action. When assessing a home, our job is to observe all that we can, down to the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual presence of ...
By Laura Cerrano, Authentic Feng Shui Expert,Lecturer,Author,Artist
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
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“If you Teach You have To Live Your Teachings” Dr. Maya Angelou   I believe all of us practice Feng Shui sub-consciously and at times consciously. If an individual (let that be an expert or friend) is providing Feng Shui suggestions and insights, it becomes even more important. They hold an energ...
By Laura Cerrano, Authentic Feng Shui Expert,Lecturer,Author,Artist
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
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Fast Feng Shui Tips to Help Enhance Your Great RoomImage courtesy of choklateonline.comBe mindful of the ceiling height. When we have ceilings that are more than 9 feet tall, it can relate to energy rushing up and out. Adding cozy furniture, area rugs with patterns, and colorful artwork (to your ...
By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(The Corcoran Group)
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  Information & Documents Needed    Gather the Offering Plan, Purchase Application, and Building Rules and Regulations. (These may be in your own files, with your attorney, or you may need to contact the board for copies. Your buyer will need it as soon as there is an accepted offer.)Collect cop...
By Laura Cerrano, Authentic Feng Shui Expert,Lecturer,Author,Artist
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
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Feng Shui Focus Group: What Question or Story Would You Like To Ask or Discuss?Feng Shui is a never ending topic of discussion because every year, day and moment the teachings are evolving as the world evolves. As a consultant, I always have stay on my A-game with new teachings, understandings, e...
By Laura Cerrano, Authentic Feng Shui Expert,Lecturer,Author,Artist
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
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Before and After Photos Of a Space ClearingFor a good part of the week I have been sharing insights on the topic of Space Clearings. Last year I had the honor of teaming up with The Center for Inner Wisdom to provide a collaborative Space Clearing for the Lyric Theater in NYC. This is one of the ...
By Morgan Evans, LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON
(Douglas Elliman Real Estate)
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Dorchester Towers Condo July 2015 Market Report InfographicThe first half of 2015 has been of the year has been very steady. We are seeing both sellers and buyers have reacted to the continued lack of supply within the re-sale condo market.The overwhelmed 2014 market created a trend where we saw...
By Eileen Hsu, LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON
(Douglas Elliman Real Estate)
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JUST SOLD 165 East 60th Street #2C One Bedroom Co-Op ONE BEDROOM/ONE BATHROOM $875,000.Convenient Upper East side location! Well layout and spacious one bedroom apartment with ten foot ceilings, wood burning fireplace, and south facing paned glass windows. Detailed bedroom with two beautiful beve...
By Jeffrey Ditri, New York City Residential Rental Specialist
(JAD Realty Group, LLC.)
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E.B. White's seminal work, "Here is New York," famously describes three types of city dwellers: the natives; the commuters; and the transplants. As the map above proves, that second population makes up a visibly massive percentage of the people who roam the streets and occupy the buildings of Man...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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 Spotlight on Alphabet City! Located in the East Village, Alphabet City is a diverse and quiet neighborhood, with thriving community gardens, and an active, civic-minded population. Slow-paced, this formerly rough and tumble neighborhood has long been an oasis in the bustling city. Parks, charmin...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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 Spotlight on Downtown Manhattan! Downtown Manhattan is defined most commonly as the area delineated on the north by 14th Street, on the west by the Hudson River, on the east by the East River, and on the south by New York Harbor.  It includes the Financial District/Wall Street and the World Trad...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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  Spotlight on the Bowery!The Bowery is another neighborhood in Manhattan with an outdated reputation. Once a neighborhood of disrepair, the current market and flavor of the Bowery is up and coming, fresh and exciting. It cuts through several different neighborhoods in Lower Manhattan, from China...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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 Spotlight on NoHo! NoHo (north of Houston) lies between Greenwich Village and the East Village, birthed from an artistic sentiment that lingers amongst the fabulous architecture and bustling neighborhood. Quiet streets of cobblestone and tree-lined sidewalks live comfortably with great shopping,...
By Robert DeFalco, Robert DeFalco Realty
(Robert DeFalco Realty)
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Spotlight on the Meatpacking District! Don’t be fooled by the name! The Meatpacking District – which runs from West 15th street to Gansevoort Street and from Hudson Street to the Hudson River – is a prime spot, known for its hopping nightlife, excellent restaurants and high-end shopping. For home...

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